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Fort Chaffee WMA

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Numerous Fireroads and singletrack. Keep in mind that most of these trail we made by Hummer vehicles and tanks. You must take the enviromental class to obtain access to the off-road trails on base. The classes are given every Tuesday and Thursday morning, at ten a.m.
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Trail Directions
Directions can be obtained at the post's enviromental office where detailed maps are available. This is an old military installation still used today by the state national guard units. Approxiamately 10 minutes from Fort Smith Arkansas off of HWY 22 east.
Trail Length
20+ miles
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
Barling/Fort Smith

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Review Date
June 10, 2003

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Reviewed by: Billy Kribbs , from Fort Smith

If I could delete this "trail system" from the already short list of Arkansas riding trails, I would. I have been out there in jeeps and shiet and that is the only thing these roads are good for. If you are in Fort Smith, ride Fianna Hills or drive 10 minutes out to Lee Creek reservoir. I am just really turned off by the Millitary Police that would love to sneak up on you, steal your weed, and throw you in the brig. Oh yeah, taking an environmental awareness class to get clearance onto the base before you are priviledged enough to ride these dirt roads dosn't get me so hot either.

Recommended Route:
It's set up like a grid. It's for 4x4's.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Fianna Hills, Lee Creek Reservoir, Devils Den. If making the trip into town, avoid this trail and Springhill.

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